Do not find fault with what you do not understand.

Having Faith African Proverbs

Having Faith African Proverbs

Having faith African proverbs shows us that there is an all knowing being greater and wiser than ourselves. Having faith African proverbs offers hope and confidence through unceasing unshakable faith.

Having Faith African Proverbs.

Having Faith African Proverbs


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When a home is burnt down the rebuilt home is more beautiful. –Zulu Proverb


Those that plan without the help of the spirit must plan again. – African Proverb


A chicken egg cannot turn the hen over. - Bassa Proverb


Go forth alone, you will soon find a stone on the road that you that you cannot pass. – Zulu Proverb


A small fire is easy to smother. – Kenyan Proverb


A deaf ear is followed by death; an ear that listens is followed by blessings. – Zulu Proverb


When heaven is pointed out a fool only sees the tip of the finger. – Ghanaian Proverb


God who split His child's mouth, has something to put in it. - Bassa Proverb


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